June 19, 2024

The five Bolton Wanderers players most likely to leave starting in June

With the aid of recent additions like Nathan Baxter, the team has moved up the standings in an effort to improve on their fifth-place result from the previous season and advance automatically.

Since assuming the position in 2020, manager Ian Evatt has demonstrated his abilities, contributing to the team’s annual growth. However, he will have challenging choices during the summer transfer window.

Many players are expected to depart Bolton before the 2024–2025 season because some are out of contract and their top scorer will probably spark interest again when the season ends.

Jón Daði Böðvarsson, an Icelandic forward, is set to depart Bolton when his contract ends in the summer.

This season, the striker has played very little and, when he has, he has not delivered the goals that one would have thought.

Even fewer minutes were played for him after Aaron Collins was signed in January, and it is quite doubtful that Evatt will extend the contract of the disgruntled striker.Cameron Jerome, a former striker for Stoke City and Birmingham City, is probably leaving Bolton in the summer because his contract expires at the end of the current campaign.

After leaving Luton Town, the 37-year-old joined the team in January 2023, but in his first two seasons at the Toughsheet Community Stadium, he has failed to score a goal.

Given his lack of playing time and goals in his Bolton career thus far, the seasoned striker is probably going to be one of the players discharged at the end of the season.

Declan John has already spent time away from Bolton on loan this season, so his time there is expected to come to an end in the summer.

The Wales international signed a summer loan agreement with Salford City, where he is still playing as of January 1. With little expectation that he will return to Bolton after that loan expires, it was extended until the end of the season.

John’s deal expires in the summer, and Evatt has confirmed that the left-back will be moving on a permanent basis from the team.

You would think that the Red Devils would sign the former Cardiff City and Swansea City player on a free transfer in the summer given how much time he has spent on the field at Salford.

The 28-year-old forward was allegedly attracting interest from many teams in January, including Stoke City and Watford.

Charles’s contract with the team expires in 2026, but if he can lead the Trotters to promotion this year, his reputation will skyrocket.

Without a doubt, Wanderers will be under pressure to hang on, but it could not be easy if any larger Championship clubs make an approach, especially if they can pay hefty salaries.

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